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bear's back in berkeley after nearly two years and $320 million of renovations at memorial stadium last on game in december of 2010 last year the football team played at at&t park in san francisco the players and fans were back on saturday. the home opener kicked off with a ribbon cutting ceremony 60,000 people in the stadium anxious to see what is on the other side of the wall. this is the thrill of a lifetime >>> this is what the stadium look like two years ago and this is it now >>> we have two-thirds of a brand-new building >>> the athletic to assistant athletic director wanted to keep the look of the stadium built in 1923 and needed to make it seismically sound the stadium sits on the hayward fault. there's the new scoreboard a kitchen with a menu that includes vegetarian options more bathrooms and wider aisles part of the bowl replaced with a modern eight story building. fans in the front row can see the gang and the lord the field by 4 ft. you can look over the players' heads and see that action. the stadium lost about 4000 seats because of budget consideration. >>> when i this d
which turned good photographers into great ones. berkeley photographer dorothy alang. these give you an idea of just how apalling bad the great reh depression was. the best we have, as well as movies, it's difficult to million how it was. we tend to look back through the safety net, which was created by the new deal. it was very difficult for young people to understand a time when there was no social safety net. when you lost your job, within a short period of time, you lost your home, food, everything. you were out on the street and your family broke up. it was an apalling time. one tow which some people would like us to return. here's a guy himself, that's actually a light bounce off of fdr roosevelt. this was his chakra. this was march 4th, 1933. he made the statement and he made it, i didn't understand a long time. the point i was making, people were terrified. because it seemed like the economy had no bottom and the banks were going down and there was no federal deposit dollars. so imagine a time when we actually had a president who told us we should be courageous rather tha
-draped coffins followed an emotional scene. >>> cheryl hurd joins us from berkeley, where the spirit of chris stevens is shining brightly tonight. cheryl? >> reporter: it is, indeed. it was a somber evening here in berkeley tonight. the candlelight vigil started with a moment of silence, for a man they call their brother. these members of the alpha tau omega fraternity didn't know christopher stevens. but he was their brother. that's why they held a candlelight vigil to honor him tonight. >> we share the same ideals. so, we know that we need to do something for him and his family. >> reporter: the ambassador graduated from u.c. berkeley in 1982 and was a member of this fraternity. in their eyes, he is a hero. >> we bow to our brother for the service in his life. >> reporter: stevens went on to study law at u.c. hastings in san francisco. as a young adult, he joined the peace corps. and taught english to children in a small moroccan town. even back then, he had dreams of becoming a diplomat. his uncle told us by phone that stevens was brilliant. >> he got this job strictly because of the quali
are back in berkeley after nearly two years and $321 million in renovations at memorial stadium last again december 20th 10 last year played at at&t part. >>> and saturday the players and fans were back. the home opener kicked off with a ribbon cutting ceremony 60,000 people in the stadium anxious to see on the other side of the coliseum wall. >>> the thrill of a lifetime >>> this is what the stadium look like two years ago and this is it now. assistant athletic director says the wanted to keep the look of the historic stadium built in 1923 but modernize the facility and make it seismically sound. the stadium sits on hayward fault. the wooden benches are out and aluminum seating in. there's a new kitchen and includes vegetarian options and part of the bowl replaced with a modern age story building and the field looks different. fans in the front row can see the game they lower the field for feet, you can look over the players' heads. the stadium lost 8000 seats, the budget would not allow upgrades to east side of the stadium known as cheap gate hill >>> will now have a safe building where
ten years. many have art work in or on them. this is berkeley high school. you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free. the schools are always telling you that public education can make you better. it should be free. now, public education was fortunatate in california. just in time for them to move in. they build hundreds of schools. seismically safe schools. when you enter it, you go under a copper marquee. enter to learn. we are all this in together. the public service is a noble thing. this is a san francisco school that might be attractive to so eyes. it was a fire trap. they tore these down and replaced them. george washington. hollywood high school. they have english, latin and greek. this is a middle school in long beach. it wasn't centralized authority. they chose the architects. the main constraint is there had to be an engineer on site. there there is berkeley. and piedmont avenue in oakland. this is in nevada city. these schools, like so many of the new deal are beautifully built. this is the school you just saw. teaching, they employed tens of thousands o
. >> graffiti vandal strike leaving their mark on several berkeley buildings. neighbors who did it. >> tourists get a little too close to some buy son. what happens next left one kid running for his life. then later on nature line. >> explosive new tape reveal the financial disaster loom. the financial disaster loom. plus the pressure o >> show you a live picture now. this is new york freedom tower illuminated in red white blue tonight. tomorrow mark 11th anniversary of the september 11 terror attacks. secretary of defense panetta visited the flight 93 memorial today in shanksville, pennsylvania. 40 lantern were later lit in memory of the passenger and crew who parish battling the hi jacker on the san francisco bound flight. vice president biden reside over ceremony in shanksville. panetta at pavrngsville memorial and only family members will speak tomorrow. >> graffiti vandal spray painted their way through berkeley neighborhood this weekend damaging at least 13 buildings. business owns on 5th street say they were shbingd to find the multi-color scawltion. nick is live in berkeley ton
a student at berkeley. david levine says he taught law in san francisco. >> he was interested in international law. this was always his dream job. >> flowers and notes were delivered today to the home of stevens' parents. they will be flying to washington, d.c. tomorrow. >>> president obama is vowing that justice will be done in the aftermath of the deadly attack in benghazi. as emily reports, the events of the day triggered not only condemnation, but a political row. >> reporter: there was a range of statements, from symbolic to severe. >> the united states condemns in the strongest terms this outrageous and shocking attack. >> reporter: the sentiment crossed party lines. >> i join my colleagues in strongly condemning the murder of these innocent americans. >> reporter: ambassador stevens was killed in a rocket attack at the u.s. consulate on tuesday, the same day that the u.s. embassy in egypt was attacked. libya said the crowd was angered by an online movie considered offensive to islam. >> we apologize to the u.s. and to the american people and to the government and also t
. >> reporter: he graduated from berkeley his colleagues here say they are shocked and devastated. they say he was well liked in libya, was a wonderful ambassador and embodied the berkeley ideal. first let's talk about the beginning of his academic career he graduated from piedmont high in 1978 here's a yearbook picture described as being an outstanding student. here's a more current look of him, video as an ambassador posted on youtube. he had been working with professors at berkeley about setting up an academic center in libya and those working with him say this is a huge loss. >> we are shocked. we are saddened. we are a little bit angry. ambassador stevens was someone who was a partner for us. this a.m. bass done knew and understood the libyans. we -- we haven't had close relations with libya for a long time that means there aren't that many libya specialists in this country so we've lost one and we can't afford that loss. >> reporter: she said stevens mastered arabic, he was deeply engaged and enthusiastic. after berkeley he went to hastings school of law a professor there says he was not
at uc berkeley graduated in political science and yes that's her valedictorian of her graduating class. >> it's amazing with our institution can do an when they can alter one life path. w for me that's what happened. >>reporter: she work forceofitn education non-profit in legislative affairs advocating on behalf of low income children. biggest thrill of this convention hanging out with dolores co-founder of the united farm worker union and recipient of highest civil yap honor medal of frame. >> to be in her presence and experiences has definitelyt been very inspiring and i in mon in more than ever being at the convention more met serrated to get even more involved and talk to my friends family some more about this. recommend sister voters. this election is so important. >>reporter: san miguel story is inspiration to others and it has put her in the lime night. she met with nancy pelosi as part of the san francisco delegation today. i asked her if she would consider moving from education in politic. truth is she already has. she will turn out young latino vote this fall n.charlot
will remember the conviction and. >> graffiti vanda their leaving their mark on several berkeley buildings. neighbors who did it. >> tourists get a little too close to some buy son. what happens next left one kid running for his life. then later on nature line. >> explosive new tape reveal the financial disaster loom. plus the pressure of perfection inside the#x [ fingers tapping ] [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! >> show you a live picture now. this is new york freedom tower illuminated in red white blue tonight. tomorrow mark 11th anniversary of the september 11 terror attacks. secretary of defense panetta visited the flight 93 memorial today in shanksville, pennsylvania. 40 lantern were later lit in memory of the passenger and crew who parish battling the hi jacker on the san francisco bound flight. vice president biden ceremony in shanksville. panetta at pavrngsville memorial and only family members will
in the mission district but as taej she got into lowell high school then accepted at uc berkeley graduated in political science and yes that's her valedictorian of her graduating class. >> it's amazing with our institution can do an when they are working really well how they can alter one life path. for me that's what happened. >>reporter: she work force education non-profit in legislative affairs advocating on behalf of low income children. biggest thrill of this convention hanging out with dolores co-founder of the united farm worker union and recipient of highest civil yap honor medal of frame. >> to be in her presence and talk with her and hear about her experiences has definitely been very inspiring and i feel in more than ever being at the convention more met serrated to get even more involved and talk to my friends family some more about this. recommend sister voters. this election is so important. >>reporter: san miguel story is inspiration to others and it has put her in the lime night. she met with nancy pelosi as part of the san francisco delegation today. i asked her if s
into lowell high school then accepted at uc berkeley graduated in political science and yes that's her valedictorian of her graduating class. >> it's amazing with our institution can do an when they are working really well how they can alter one life path. for me that's what happened. >>reporter: she work force education non-profit in legislative affairs advocating on behalf of low income children. biggest thrill of this convention hanging out with dolores co-founder of the united farm worker union and recipient of highest civil yap honor medal of frame. >> to be in her presence and talk with her and hear about her experiences has definitely been very inspiring and i feel in more than ever being at the convention more met serrated to get even more involved and talk to my friends family some more about this. recommend sister voters. this election is so important. >>reporter: san miguel story is inspiration to others and it has put her in the lime night. she met with nancy pelosi as part of the san francisco delegation today. i asked her if she would consider moving from education
and repair the world. you're in berkeley. this problem is happening all the way over in the middle east. how're you doing? >>> we're doing pretty well. we've moved discussion the middle east and there is a palestinian people to a point where even the government has to the knowledge that there is going to be a palestinian state. and the course of art since 1986 we've played a big role in changing the discourse which has a big impact on changing >>> here we are close to a presidential election only two months away and a lot of people tell you politically you cannot discuss this openly >>> you are right. that's because both sides feel their source of manhattan is coming from people who want only one side and another for the rest of us in such as tear him berkeley and not just a bay area but all over the country have come to understand that our well-being depends on the well-being of the palestinian people >>> your high holy days coming up with the starting on sunday the 16th. and so here's my question. you say that this is really worked into the services and which are saying and what you're pro
stables in golden gate park and public libraries. and then one at north berkeley. public hospitals. clinics and sanitary. as well as polio people did get tuberculosis. remember that counties were strapped for funds. so the wpa gave it to them. children got health care. we were headed for a national health care system. we treat things differently now. essentially, what we have of med-cal is going to be slashed true. as an environmentist, i am opposed to this. they laid concrete in southern california. without which, a good deal would be washed into the ocean. the ccc and the wpa workers were trained for disaster relieve. we didn't have to rely on the national guard. these kinds of things wouldn't be as disastrous. we need a new wpa. they are walking over the sidewalks, which is wpa. this was a demonstration outside of dianne feinstein's office. and demanding it not be torn down. the new deal moved in and gave rural areas water and electricity. this is one in modock county and we have cheaper electricity. and then, there were sustainable communities, people think they are discovering
, and the uss fall. reggie kumar is in berkeley tonight. ambassador stevens went to uc berkeley, and students at his old fraternity just wrapped up a vigil in his honor. >> reporter: none of the ato students even knew chris stevens. many of them weren't even born when stevens attended the campus 30 years ago. but still they wanted to honor their fallen brother. dozens held candles as the president of the fraternity spoke about him and his service to our country. he graduated from berkeley in 1982 with a bachelor's in history. we'll hear from the fraternity president and a student who read a statement from one of his old fraternity brothers. >> true men the world over should stand together and contend for good over evil. brother stevens embodied this goal. >> he was the sort of person whom you wanted to hang out with and was a true peace maker. i recently gotten in touch with chris just before he became ambassador to libya. i knew he would do a great job. and he did. >> reporter: ato fraternity also said they are proud of their brother for sacrificing his life for our country. life in berkeley
. >> reporter: but back in the late 60s, confidence in b.a.r.t. was shaky. communities such as berkeley wanted changes in the system. 15miles of track and 15 staeugs had to be relocate -- 15 stations had to be relocated. inflation zapped reserves, overreturn and improvements put it overbudget by $150 million. that's why there's a half cent tax today. b.a.r.t. cars were everyone controversial unlike anything else on rails, wheel sets 9- inches wider and winds on the golden gate bridge. neither problem faced by today's trains yet the design escalated costs. a train control system, a strike and other delays at car contractor roar and bulky fair collecting machines all helped put b.a.r.t. more than a year behind schedule. >> still to come on a second look, tens of thousands ride b.a.r.t. through the berkeley hill tunnels every day but how many know what it took to put those tunnels there? we'll have two reports. >>> and two b.a.r.t. trains collide, we'll have coverage from the day it happened. >>> welcome back to a second look where tonight we celebrate b.a.r.t.'s anniversary. b.a.r.t. gave peopl
and u.c. berkeley. we have christie smith live from cal with more on his life and service. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. shock and outrage. that is what i heard from one professor here. she had been communicating with chris stevens. he graduated from piedmont high school and graduated from u.c. berkeley in 1982. the spokesperson said they will release a statement about this very soon because u.c. berkeley has been fielding calls over the ambassador who was killed when he and others went to the embassy to evacuate staff as they came under attack. in the video introducing stevens, he mentioned growing up in california saying i did not know much about the arab world. he traveled to africa as a peace corps volunteer. a statement was released offering condolences to the family. the two communicated when he was appointed ambassador. >> to have served as a united states ambassador is the highest honor and for a lawyer to engage in that type of public service and to have made a career in public service, that is what the profession is about at its best. >> reporter: now
. >>> police in berkeley are launching a crack down on the illegal use of handicapped driving plaquered it starts tomorrow. ktvu's healther holmes is live now in earthquake bely be -- in berkeley and tells us anyone getting caught is going to find a very expensive ticket. >> reporter: seems more and more people are borrowing grandma's plaquered to have access to one of these spots. but starting tomorrow if you do not have proof that you have the right to park here you'll have to pay. nabbing a parking spot is almost like winning the lottery. >> it's very difficult. >> reporter: janet vanwicklen walked to the shops. >> i usually don't bring my car when i shop. >> reporter: but more and more people are looking for this blue plaquered. the disabled plaquered is like gold. it means a designated front row spot is yours and often meters and time limits don't apply. but berkeley is going after those who have the plaquered but don't have a legitimate disability like joan armstrong. she has degenerative arthritis and says she's in pain with each step. >> i have no words. frustration is terribl
in the handicap spots are out of luck. starting today, berkeley will be cracking down on drivers of using disabled placards. to give you more news faster, jackie sissel is live in berkeley with details. >>jackie: good morning. there is only a limited amount of disabled parking spaces around the berkeley and other cities. starting today, berkeley police and the parking enforcement division are going to start enforcing into making sure that people using the applied arts are indeed the ones who are supposed to. here is video of other placards around the bay area. up until now, only law enforcement, not a parking division could enforce these pockets -- slackers and license plates. a recently passed law has authorized parking enforcement to question people about their placards. there are going dhows questions and you have to show proof that your the person who is supposed to use the blocker. if you are caught using someone else's, not only is it confiscated, you'd also face a $1,000 fine. obviously, it is an issue in berkeley, enough so that they have sent out a warning to people to let them know
>>mark: there is a vigil held in berkeley for the u.s. and libyan ambassador who was killed. >>james: let's go to erica for weather. >>erica: today is expected to be the warmest day of the week. it will warm up this afternoon. and looks like we will keep the clear conditions around as we head into the evening. here are the numbers outside the door. the >>george: we are problem free for the morning commute. conditions are still light in all areas. >> darya mentioned it earlier. there was a fire that broke out this morning. is it believed to have started in a classroom. it will bring you the latest in a live report. >>darya: will be a funeral for kenyon youngstrom today. police are advise [singing] to expect slower temperatures. and will >> they are expecting the governor along with the attorney general to be at the funeral. he was killed last tuesday. he was involved in an incident and alamo were a fellow officer pulled over a carpet -- a car. he was taken to the hospital and died there. his organs were donated to people. he is survived by four people. >> he was a chp officer but before
and then to uc berkeley. tonight his friends and family are trying to cope with the sudden loss. jodi hernandez continues our coverage now from berkeley. jodi? >> reporter: raj, stevens studied history here at uc berkeley. the chancellor says he had a passion for making the world a better and more peaceful place. perhaps nowhere is his loss being felt more tonight than here in the east bay. >> just couldn't believe it. went through the usual denial, kind of hoping that wasn't the chris stevens. but of course i knew he was in libya. so it had to be him. >> reporter: george sharpenberger spent the day thinking about his friend and fellow peace corps member chris stevens. the two served together in the peace corps in the '80s. the uc berkeley grad taught english to kids in a small moroccan town. sharpenberger says even back then stevens dreamed of becoming an ambassador. >> he fell in love with morocco and that part of the world. it was kind of a spark that shaped the rest of his career. >> reporter: the east bay native went on to study law at uc hastings in san francisco. >> if he was in town, he
escaped with facial injuries and stab wounds. >> in berkeley parking enforcement officers are now authorized to cite drivers for illegally using disabled placards to park in spaces that are designated for those who are disabled. until now only the police could do that. we would like to know from you folks, what you think about the crackdown on placard cheaters. comment on facebook port twitter or e-mail >> we're following developing news from southern california, a fire burning in the angeles national forest northeast of l.a.. it is only 5 percent contained this morning. it has burned about 3,600 a. so far. you can see some of the flames. some people have refused evacuation orders in the area. >> i decided to stay up here and put up a fight. it's better than standing back wondering how your place is doing. i have the animals appear and friends and family >> firefighters are facing a triple challenge, strong wind, drain and dry conditions. >> grass fire scorched 150 a. in the east bay last night before firefighters got it contained. broke out just after 530 near the army's military
.d. in neuroscience from uc-berkeley, something she could not have imagined growing up in richmond after she and her family moved there from mexico when she was 6. >> i remember getting to richmond, and there were no trees. no one looked like me. i cannot speak the language. >> but she could understand numbers and did well in high school but thought that college was not an option. >> i was kind of like " we cannot afford it " a. and that we're not really into going to college, we need to get jobs. >> she became a mother at 18 and thought that college was forever out of reach until she found a unique education support program. the program is cops spanish for " goals ". it serves more than 100 students. >> i would certainly not have gone on to college without this program. i can say that with certainty. >> the volunteers tudor junior high and high school students, contra costa college donates the space and sponsors special classes and workshops. there is a parent support group and a sense of community that drew her back even after she graduated. >> for the last 11 years, she has volunteered as directo
members who have met even born when they attended uc- berkeley came together to remember him and to honor him as in so many others who knew him around the bay. when the ambassador attended cal he was a member of the office how might a fraternity. and tonight the house on a their brother forest service and the sacrifice. >>> was now more than ever to work for a world where peace rather than tearing could be international constant. our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. we wish him the most love and respect in our eternal brother had. my name is chris stevens and i am the new u.s. ambassador to libya. this is a video he made to introduce himself he was among the first american diplomats sent to libya in 2007 and helps free the people from the dictator. >>> i was thrilled to watch the libyan people stand up and demand their rights. teocallis dave as a teacher in san francisco worked side-by-side with stevens when both were peace corps volunteers and morocco in the 1980's. it was really hard to fill the shoes because he was like the beautiful inside and outside. he was a
chris stevens. last night the fraternity at uc berkeley of which he was a member held a candlelight vigil in his honor. we were able to talk with stevens' stepfather by phone. >> there's no one in the english-speaking world that is more sympathetic to the arab cause and the arab culture than chris. tragic irony that some crazy fringe element of that culture should murder him. >> reporter: right now, protests continue in cairo, egypt this is a live picture. from time to time you will see clouds of tear gas erupt, police are firing that tear gas, also rubber bullets into the crowd to keep them from breaching the em . egyptian president has -- vowed not allow taxes on foreign embassies in cairo this is believed to be response to anti-muslim film. there's talk some officials beliefing the attacks were timed to coincide with the 9/11 anniversary and maybe not having anything to do with that movie. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> in oakland police are investigating two shootings within 40 minutes of each other that left three injured. two were shot in the leg around 8:40 last night on 98th
direction. >> reporter: of course, customers can opt out of the direct mail ad. one company in berkeley helps you do just that. we stopped by this morning and talked to the president of catalog choice. it is a do not call list for junk mail, essentially. people use the free service to pick and choose which catalog and advertisements they would like to receive. the president believes this is a bad move by the postal service, catering to advertisers and pushing more mailing to customers. >> it is the thing that you want, and then the value will be greater for the mailers, but too look at this as a one-sided situation where you only serve the mailer and not the mail rezip weren't, that's a short sighted approach. >> reporter: catalogs choice works with about 1100 cities across the country including berkeley, setting up website where people can go and stop the junk mail that they have been receiving. the company, so far has had about 26 million optouts. they expect that number to rise as the postal continues its strategy. people may already have noticed a difference, maybe just one or two e
francisco and sausalito low to mid 80s north bay valleys petaluma 77 low 60s along your beaches, 72 berkeley mid to upper 70s along the east bay shore. upper 80s to mid 90s in the east bay valleys. mid to upper eight -- more sun santa cruz, watsonville 72 mid 60s monterey, carmel. traveling the state, eureka 56, big sur 66, 75 tahoe, low to mid 90s chico and sacramento. mid 70s to near 80 san diego and l.a.. tonight cloud cover not as extensive in the 50s could have patchy fog in the north bay. high pressure building in storm track pushing well into canada this warmer pattern is developing today, high pressure starts to move in and buys slight offshore wind towards friday especially over the weekend warmer weather to our south push it out to the coast temperatures in the low to mid 70s at the coast this weekend, mid 80s to 90 around the bay, mid 90s to upper 90s inland heat hangs around through tuesday. here's sue. >>> good morning. san mateo bridge roadwork out there in the eastbound direction foster city side near foster city boulevard ongoing until 6:00 this morning. traffic light in the
and berkeley counties there. high water on some of the local roadways. be on the lookout. thunder rolling into howard county. couldn't rule out sprinkles he's in leesburg and poolsberg. moisture back out to the west. watch out for it for the rest of the weekend. showers scattered about for your saturday evening. don't stray far from the umbrel umbrella. most cases reez enable for tonight. >> see you in a little bit. >>> new information tonight in a murder investigation in prince george's county. just a short time ago police identified the woman found dead in a park in beltsville earlier this week. darcy spencer is live tonight in beltsville with the latest for us. what have you learned? >> reporter: jim, just a few minutes ago i was able to speak with the woman who found that body wednesday morning. she was out here walking her dog when she made that horrible discovery here at beltsville neighborhood park. up see it's a beautiful place. there are some families out here today playing with theirkids, but just a few days ago, there was the discovery of that body, and prince george's county p
there. he disappeared in 1975 from a -- restaurant parking lot. >>> next, uc berkeley seismologists in washington, d.c. today promoting benefits of early warning system for quakes. >>> plastic ban that goes into effect monday and how it could cost shoppers in san francisco. >>> bay area icon retiring after more than 50 years on air. we'll talk to kgo radio's -- [ unintelligible ] . you disgust me. prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. >>> 60s coast, 70s bay, 80s to 90s east bay valleys. traveling today across the country still cool in the extreme parts of the northeast boston 58, 71 new york, 80s and 70s throughout the rest of the country, 79 portland, 98 phoenix. airports all have green running on time, lack of yellow, we don't have widespread severe weather expected we have fog in the bay area watch out for flight arrival delays into sfo. >>> 4:48. san francisco's tough new ordinance banning plastic bags from all stores takes effect mondale. judge cleared the way with ruling upholding the ordinance on s
by noon upper 70s to upper 80s by 4:00. >>> if your takes you through 80 berkeley this is a live shot past golden gate fields towards the macarthur maze a little sluggish in company there, a lot of company, no major slow downs, as you head westbound. when you funnel into the bay bridge toll, metering lights off, minor delay for cash paying folks into san francisco. >>> new information on the breaking news we've been following overseas. just getting word from the pentagon it sending marine reinforcements to libya after deadly attacks there. the man who made the online movie that sparked that violence in libya and egypt is a 56-year-old israeli filmmaker based in california. he has gone into hiding. the movie insults islam's provefest -- profitt mohammed, -- just getting new information on chris stevens he was born and raised in northern california according to -- he went to piedmont high graduated and from uc berkeley and then uc hastings law in san francisco. deep bay area roots for the american ambassador to libya who was killed. more on stevens' death at 6:30. >>> developing news from th
representative of the united states. as you mentioned he grew up in the bay area and graduated from uc berkeley. steven and three others were killed in a rocket attack on the american consulate. their deaths came as protestors angry about an online film that is offensive to islam attacked u.s. compounds in libya and egypt. pictures from the scene are on cnn this morning and one analyst says he believes the killings are part of a plot against the u.s.. >> they not only attack the embassy but they have someone laying in wait to attack the ambassadors car. it's more than just a crowd going after attacking about a film. >> reporter: of course there are a lot of unanswered questions this morning like who is responsible, why wasn't there better security? we will be pushing for answers for you here on ktvu. reporting live from washington, alison burns. >>> in egypt outrage over that film sparked violence at the u.s. embassy there. protestors climbed the embassy wall and grabbed the flag and replaced it with a egyptian flag. >>> ktvu tara moriarty is in alameda where the red cross is on the scene to he
displays on places where card buyers might have time on their hands like berkeley's express' aroma >>> it makes sense to browse for a card >>> sometimes they put them there will law always leery is some precedent for that over the summer drink makers setup unman pop up stores in 30 cities to test honesty oakland and san francisco among the most honest places in the nation. people paid even when no one was watching so far he has not been disappointed. >>> this is selling really well it says to resolutions we can keep. >>> the guard's average three or $4 apiece there are at 3 coffeeshops in san francisco and berkeley hills to expand to more. if you have a consumer story idea give us a call are go to cbs s f dot com/consumer watch. >>> but the cameras are watching you never know >>> it cleared out today at gorgeous day >>> and it did clear out people want a sunny weekend you will get it except that the coast on beautiful weather right now. a lot of blue sky. nonfat the paw up some thunderstorms and showers mainly sunny skies, a shot here toward the bay bridge. in the city only 61 but
see no good can it in the race for president. >>> >>> it sunday at mount sun church in berkeley and for a summit means us time to talk politics. >>> i don't make any recommendations my only push this to make sure that they go rich of the naacp is registering people here since the at the this season. in 2008 obama 1 over 95 percent of black voters. he's expected to get another overwhelming majority again. he can't afford to move fletch of that voting place. the president recently came out in support of same-sex marriage. >>> touchy issue and especially at church. >>> mitt romney is a mormon the which once more men of african descent from priesthood. >>> i don't think their religious background denomination i believe that what they can do for the people what they can he do to affect change in our nation that becomes what's most important. >>> this isn't about rights. this is about rights of rights chp ask. >>> mostly it's just to get folks to stop and think about what's really at stake. >>> there's a lot riding on enthusiasm. >>> the rhythm of for the president is whether people s
-sex marriage. >>> the sunday at mount zion church in berkeley pittance some that means talk politics. >>> i don't make recommendations by all the push is to make sure that the vote. >>> the naacp is registering people here since the apathy of the season. in two dozen 8 obama 1 over 95 percent of black voters. and he's expected to win another majority again. he can afford to lose much of that voting base. the president recently came out in support of same-sex marriage. >>> that's a touchy issue >>> mitt romney as more money which once barred man from who were african american to and from becoming a priest. >>> i believe what they can do the people, they can do to affect change in our nation is what's most important. >>> this is about right this is about rights w r and cheats. >>> most is just to get people to stop and think about what's really at stake. >>> there's a lot riding on enthusiasm. >>> the real dilemma of the president is if enough of those people bothered out to shop and vote. it did bother to make a difference. >>> i think this to get excited because this is a real opportunity for t
be eligible for a cash reward. >> the city of berkeley could be the first to formally recognize a bisexual pride day. the city council will vote at tonight's meeting getting underway shortly. if approved berkeley bisexual pride day would be observed next sunday, and that coyons yids with events in los angeles and boston. none of them formally recognizes bisexual pride. >> it's official, yahoo closed it's deal with alibaba giving back a large chunk of the stake in the company. alibaba buying back 20% of the stake in the company meaning a wind fall for yahoo to the tune of $7.6 billion. the ceo is thinking of using money to revive the company by by hiring new talent. yahoo going to keep another 20% stake. >> fda has released a diet drug to help obese people lose weight that is made by a company located in mountain view. and this sounds promising. >> yes. it's the second diet drug approved this year and so far showing good results. there is a this is another drug working to reduce ravings, patients lost an average of 10% of their body weight. this does need ton used in conjunction with an exe
. >> and uc berkeley seismologists will be testifying this week urging the government to build and pay for an early earthquake warning system. and there is bart also using this system. >> that is right. bart just launched a system and it became the first train system in this country to incorporate an early earthquake warning system. there is a siren giving a minute's warning, enough time to protect ourselves. and scientists from uc berkeley have tested an early warning earthquake system. they planted sensors around the bay area to detect waves from an earthquake epicenter, alerts are sent over the internet to end users like bart. there is a software program analyzing that data. >> there is software to initiate commands through our computer sending a command to the field putting trains into breaking mode and limits them to 27 miles per hour. >> that is important because faster they're goinging, stronger they'll shake. google is receiving alerts. social media companies are an important component to the system. and uc seismologist says project goal is to broaden warnings to the general pu
, this pier. alva rado park and then, some of you my recognize this. the berkeley rose garden. did it have to be this beautiful. finally, i'm going to wrap up. san francisco is rich in the various kinds of arts projects. we have a fabulous collection of stuff here. there were four components. there was visual arts, federal theater, federal musics and federal writers. they employed many people. this is excellent to show the work. the visual arts project. it was especially important in san francisco because of dieggo rivera and radicalizing it. this is the coit towers. this was done under cw a. 1934. the wpa wasn't in existence. this is the very first of the relieve projects. harry hopkins said, they have to eat too. the artists should dig ditches like everybody else. this is antonio brinko. millions of americans got to hear live music for the first time. this is the federal theater project. this is maxine albroro. it's been destroyed and one of my favorites done by helen bruten. it's to remind us, while i was looking at these projects, they employed 42 percent women. it's very unusual in th
with no fog. dating the drive times the commute is already 18 from hercules towards berkeley but no delays, no problems. the 24 west is also looking good and 16 minutes from the nimitz. and 23 minutes from the alta mont towards a dublin. the 101 looking decent to the coyote valley. and south san jose from the montague expressway, no delays clear from novato.. let me show you a video from nebraska with a school bus. there have been four deaths. this mangled mess. and a tractor-trailer that crashed and nebraska at an intersection near the nebraska state line. both drivers were killed. and also to passengers on that school bus. there is an investigation under way to see what happened >> still ahead, remembering the deadly shooting from wisconsin. >> this has been one month since this deadly anniversary from marquette university. the victims speak out family speak out. >> the family is here. basically, it is " in god we trust. >> it was on the sunday, aug. it when they killed six people and wounding others before he took his own life. >> we will be right back with following the latest on wall
berkeley and has been talking to a former colleague of stevens. alex, what did he have to say? >> reporter: well, the former colleague said one of the best and brightest at the state department. he grew up here in northern california. went to college here at uc berkeley. he also got his law degree from uc hastings law in san francisco. according to the white house, all were killed in the attack on the us consulate in bengmazi. it was an angry group shooting employees and setting the group on fire. this group was angry about a viral video made by a man from southern california and that group thinks that video mocs their muhammed prophet. chris stevens had been working as a diplomat to libya since 2007 and this morning, i talked to one of his former colleagues at the state department. >> chris went to libya when things were far more unsettled than they are now before gadhafi -- before the transition had taken place. he's a gutsy guy. he will do his job and do it with a big smile. >> reporter: and stevens was the career foreign service member, an expert on the middle east who spoke both arabi
tomorrow, feels like today but cooler inland. microclimates, 72 berkeley. 73 albany. 85 towards livermore valley. clayton 87. over the hill towards -- towards had delta, discovery bay, low 90s. when i come back we will get specific for tomorrow. >>> calling for action. how the death of a man could lead to a change involving big rigs. the piece of equipment that could become mandatory on tractor-trailers. and the list university of california at berkeley got and it has nothing to do with athletics. >>> we are getting an update on the oakland stand off. police just called it off after s.w.a.t. swept through the home. a burglar triggered an alarm in west oakland this morning. residents were not home at the time. the s.w.a.t. team entered the home this afternoon after negotiations failed. they say the suspect remains at large. >> police are investigating the shooting death of a 27-year-old man this morning. police say relatives found the body of isaiah thomas on the sidewalk. investigators think isaiah thomas knew the person who killed him and the shooting may have been the result of a fight
and then led police on a chase, we will show you video on how it all ended. >>> and a uc berkeley complex, how the man is gaining access to the victim's apartment. >>> he is talking about what we are facing in america right now. >> defending her husband, why ann romney said her husband's comments were taken out of contempt. plus president barack obama response. ktvu channel 2 morning news -- plus president barack obama responds. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning welcome to a brand-new day, i am dave clark. >> welcome, steve paulson has the forecast and it's cooler today. >> yes, it is cooler, but i am telling you, there are some cooler readings leading the pack at 43 degrees this morning and most locations are not that high but highs are 60s and 70s and very low 80s, here is sal. >>> traffic on marin is looking good if you are driving towards san rafael and traffic looks good in marin county and also traffic looks good on the san mateo bridge, let's go back to dave and pam. >>> one firefighter was injured fighting an apartment fire. ktvu channel 2 morning news reporter
to hit the beach. we have steamy weather coming our way. a look at temperatures coming up. >> berkeley backs stage for diversity. what was grandma's cold remedy? hi, primo! asopao! right, asopao! there you go cuz, so you can sweat it out! oh, and music... ( all ) music? ... heals the soul. the power to share unites us. verizon brings your entire family the savings of the share everything plan. unlimited talk. unlimited text. and data you can share with up to 10 devices, all in one plan. get the 4glte droid razr by motorola for $99.99. verizon. >> dan: i told you at the top of the news cast a deal has been made to get the regular officials back in the national football league. controversial call in packers-seahawks game may have been what have brought them together for a deal. in the middle of that call, a reporter spoke with the referee who has worked with him. >> n.f.l. replacement lance easily has incurred the wrath of the sports world. they took the win away from the green bay packers. one night later, he was spotted having a good time at club in north fresno, taking pictures with p
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